1. Over-load protection
2. Short circuit protection
3. Lightning protection
4. Under-voltage protection
5. Over-charging protection
6. Reverse Polarity protection
Package Includes :
1 X Solar Charge Controller
1 X Instruction Manual
The model sent to me from this listing was the CMDT-A2410 (notice the A).I bought this so I could charge an AGM battery, but am going to return it since it won't adjust for that type of battery, and while it may charge the battery, it won't do it in the optimum way and I'm not going to risk an expensive battery..If I was just using a regular lead acid battery, it has some good features, and would probably be fine.
While I think it's a good deal for the money, I'm only giving it four stars due to two things I don't like about it.
If you're using it in a non-critical setup where you want to maximize the life of the battery, it would be nice to set it to at least 12.0.
I've used this controller for a few months and so far it work pretty well.I wish it was mppt but for the price its a decent pwm controller.
A 10Watt 12V solar panel on a cloudy / rainy day, connected to this controller with no load, has a difficult time keeping up with the battery draw of 15ma of this charge controller itself.
Otherwise, it does seem to be a great controller with lots of functions for a low price.
Then I charged an iPad on the USB port for several hours which brought the battery down about 1 volt; hasn't recharged the battery at all.
The solar panel on the display is flashing like it's doing something but the battery isn't getting the energy.
I do not like giving bad reviews however I expected a little better performance and at least 1 year use out of this unit and it has failed in a little over a week (or maybe never worked correctly at all).
Not sure if it is working right or if it is the solar pannel that i have it hooked to or if the problem is in both produck .